Plan Would Let U.S. Deport Suspects to Nations That Might Torture Them
September 30, 2004 9:01 AM Subscribe
We are proud, free, God-loving Americans! We don't torture people! We let others do the job for us. The Bush administration is supporting a provision in the House leadership's intelligence reform bill that would allow U.S. authorities to deport certain foreigners to countries where they are likely to be tortured or abused, an action prohibited by the international laws against torture the United States signed 20 years ago.
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